A report by the national weather forecast authority has stated that most areas of the country, especially the southern region, will face scorching heat tomorrow. These areas will particularly include Sindh, South and East Punjab.
The Pakistan Meteorological Department has said that increasingly higher temperatures are to be expected all over Pakistan during this week except for a few areas such as Makran, Kalat, Larkana, Rawalpinda, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Gilgit-Baltistan, Sargodha divisions, Kashmir, and FATA which will have some light showers.
Karachi will still have much lower temperatures at 35-37 degrees Celsius as compared to Lahore which will experience a maximum of 43 degrees Celsius.
The relevant department has taken to warning the people to take measures to successfully combat the onslaught of heat and dry weather.
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The highest temperatures in the southern region of the country were recorded at:
- Dadu at 49 degrees,
- Jacobabad at 48 degrees,
- Sukkur at 48 degrees,
- Larkana at 48 degrees,
- Rahim Yar Khan at 48 degrees,
- Bahawalnagar at 47 degrees
- Khanpur at 47 degrees.
Note: All temperatures are measured in Celsius.